Support » Plugin: WooCommerce Blocks » A Problem in WooCommerce Blocks Feature Plugin Installation.

  • Resolved Kwak Philip

    (@philipgwak)


    Hi –

    I have a problem
    in WooCommerce Blocks Feature Plugin Installation.

    I have a warning as follows.
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    Your installation of the WooCommerce Blocks feature plugin is incomplete. Please run composer install within the wp-content/plugins/woo-gutenberg-products-block directory.
    Unquote

    But, I couldn’t find a way how to run “Composer Install” at
    the wp-content/plugins/woo-gutenberg-products-block directory.

    Please advise how to solve this problem at philip@vivihandbag.com

    Thank you.

    Regards / Philip

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  • Plugin Author Darren Ethier (nerrad)

    (@nerrad)

    Hi Phillip,

    Where did you get the plugin from? Here on WordPress.org, through your WordPress Dashboard (plugins admin page), or Github?

    Kwak Philip

    (@philipgwak)

    I have got it from plugins admin page

    Plugin Author Darren Ethier (nerrad)

    (@nerrad)

    I just tried installing the latest version of WooCommerce Blocks from the plugins admin page on one of my sites and it installed and activated without the error. This error happens when woo-gutenberg-product-blocks/vendor/autoload_packages.php is not readable in the environment the plugin is installed in. We have this check in place in case people install the development version of the plugin from Github (which needs to be built before it can be used).

    I verified this file is available in the plugin on WordPress.org. So there’s a few possibilities for why you are seeing this error.

    1. You have a version of the blocks plugin on your site that came from Github and maybe you are activating that by mistake instead of what you downloaded from WordPress.org.
    2. The server your site is hosted on has permission problems with files installed from WordPress.org. If vendor/autoload_packages.php can be found in you installed copy of the plugin, then you’ll want to check with your host for why it’s not readable.
    3. Something went wrong with the install of the plugin from WordPress.org and the required file isn’t present (and possibly other missing files). You could try deleting the plugin and re-installing.

    There’s a very narrow set of scenarios that would produce that error. I hope one of the above helps resolve it for you.

    Plugin Support EtienneP

    (@etiennep)

    We haven’t heard back from you in a while, so I’m going to mark this as resolved – if you have any further questions, you can start a new thread.

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